Manley owes its existence to the Missouri Pacific Railroad, which built its main line from Atchison, KS, to Omaha in 1881-82. This line traversed Cass County south-to-north coming through Avoca, Weeping Water, Manley, and on to Louisville.
Attention parents of 2021 Seniors. I would like to do a feature on each of our graduating Seniors. Please email me pictures, which school they will be graduating from and any other information you want to share.
Let's get to know our neighbors. It would be fun to see birth announcements, engagement/wedding announcements, special birthdays, and any other family news.
Congrats to Will Jones on shooting a perfect 25 on his 16's at Lincoln Ikes on Saturday. Will is the son of Logan and Cheryl Jones.
photo credit to Taylor Josoff
Congrats to Louisville Gold squad for medaling 3 weeks in a row for Handicap team. Members were Carson, Caden, Grant, Emma, and Nik. Also
Congratulations to Carson Downs for Handicap Champion with a 47 and won on a shootout. Congratulations to Emma Hiatt for 2nd place Female Handicap with a 46 and a long shootout! It was a gorgeous day for Trap. Thanks to all the Coaches and Volunteers for all you do.
Did you know that everyday of the year has a National Day. Here's what's coming up this week.
Demolition of the old railroad bridge on Highway 1 in Murray started March 1st. One lane traffic is being electronically controlled, so please be patient at the lights when waiting, then driving through. Work is expected to continue through the summer months, so plan your travel accordingly. Be careful, watch for workers and machinery and make safety the priority.
To Schedule Your Upcoming Blood Drive Donation, call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767)
Wednesday, April 21 Louisville High School 202 West 3rd Street Louisville, NE 68037 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday, April 25, 2021 First Baptist Church 16220 Highway 75 Plattsmouth, NE 68048
Blake’s Pharmacy – 213 Main Street, Louisville. Schedule an appointment to receive your vaccine: 402-234-3025
A Sarpy or Cass County resident can register for an appointment at a clinic in either Sarpy or Cass County.
Please remember at this time we are prioritizing residents who are born in 1956 or earlier to receive COVID- 19 vaccine. Due to the number of residents that are currently eligible to receive a vaccine and the limited amount of vaccine in our community, it may take a few weeks to vaccinate everyone in this age group. Please be patient as appointments fill up quickly.
You are responsible for scheduling your own appointment for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. If you need assistance, please consider asking a friend or family member to assist you in scheduling an appointment.
If you have any questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine or if you are having difficulties scheduling an appointment, please call the Sarpy/Cass Department at 402-339-4334 and press 1. Phones are answered Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.
YOU DO NOT NEED THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO SCHEDULE YOUR VACCINATION APPOINTMENT FOR YOU. Please schedule your appointment directly with one of the vaccination clinics listed below. Contact information for each clinic is provided.